20 May 2016 Color structured light imaging of skin
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We illustrate wide-field imaging of skin using a structured light (SL) approach that highlights the contrast from superficial tissue scattering. Setting the spatial frequency of the SL in a regime that limits the penetration depth effectively gates the image for photons that originate from the skin surface. Further, rendering the SL images in a color format provides an intuitive format for viewing skin pathologies. We demonstrate this approach in skin pathologies using a custom-built handheld SL imaging system.
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Bin Yang, Bin Yang, John Lesicko, John Lesicko, Austin Moy, Austin Moy, Jason Reichenberg, Jason Reichenberg, Michael Sacks, Michael Sacks, James W. Tunnell, James W. Tunnell, } "Color structured light imaging of skin," Journal of Biomedical Optics 21(5), 050503 (20 May 2016). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.JBO.21.5.050503 . Submission:

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